06 Feb Types of wall decoration
In order for the walls of the dwelling to look beautiful and contribute to the creation of a comfortable environment, you need to take care of their decoration. Wall decoration today is carried out in various ways – wallpapering, cladding with ceramic tiles, painting, using the so-called liquid wallpaper, using plaster, by pasting with decorative panels, using drywall, and so on. Let’s try to consider the most common and popular repair options in more detail.
It must be remembered that the construction and repair of residential premises is a very responsible and rather difficult task for an unprepared person. That is why it is recommended to trust the finishing work to qualified specialists. A trained team of experienced fitters will complete repairs on time and at an affordable price, with the highest possible quality.
Wall painting with water-based paint is one of the easiest ways to finish. It is used not only in our country, but also by foreign citizens, and among foreigners it is not at all considered shameful, like some compatriots. After such a finish, the walls acquire a neat matte surface. If you want to achieve a shiny surface, you should use alkyd or acrylic paint.
Wall cladding with ceramic tiles is mainly used in bathrooms, kitchens, toilets and other rooms characterized by a consistently high level of air humidity. Since the most important factors for such premises are the water resistance and hygiene of the coatings used for their repair, ceramic, glass or porcelain tiles in this case are the ideal solution.
Wallpapering made on the basis of paper or vinyl, less often fabric or bamboo, is the most common way to decorate the living room, hallway, bedroom and children’s room. Such wallpapers can be smooth and embossed, glossy and matte, plain and patterned, washable and moisture resistant, paintable and plain paper. The stores offer the widest range of wallpaper materials for any wallet size and taste.
Wallpaper for painting is first glued to the wall, after which the appropriate pigment is applied to them using a roller. Recently, the so-called liquid wallpaper has become increasingly popular among the population. In fact, they have nothing in common with ordinary wallpaper, being a dry material that looks like shavings. After dilution in the required amount of water, they are applied to the wall with a wide spatula, similar to plaster. Therefore, it is not surprising that their second name is Danish plaster.